Originally Posted by masooma
i am in 12th-science without maths now and yet i hav not decided my career.....i thought about biotechengineering but i hav very free knowledge about it.......would anybody suggest some medical or any other fields as per my stream which does not require more than 4 to 5 years.?? pls mention the salary aswell....
I would at first recommend that you take a writing course. Your post screams of someone who is a texting "expert", but struggles at writing a short paragraph to ask a very serious question.
If you want a serious response from everyone in helping you with your future employment decisions, you have to put your questions in a more adult format. Employers will scrutinize your writing as well as colleges when they read your application to their master's programs.
In answer to your "stream" (whatever that means), your best bet for getting into the medical field without getting a bachelors degree IMHO (put that in so you know I'm with it) would be as a PTA (physical therapy assistant) OTA (occupational therapy assistant) dental hygienist, getting licensed practical nursing diploma or possibly getting an associates degree in nursing. There are other positions such as medical assisting, medical transcriptionist, and medical records, but they are basically minimum wage positions. There are other specialized positions such as surgical tech, x-ray tech as well as certain bioengineering diplomas where you work on the equipment. Pay for these fields will be more in line with the PTA and OTA positions.
The best paying, but hardest to achieve would be the AA in nursing. You would graduate with the opportunity to take the test to become a registered nurse. As an RN with an associates degree you will be paid the same money as someone who has their bachelors degree while working on the floor. You will not, however, be considered for any advancement positions as most of those have the requirement of a bachelors degree. It is an intelligent stepping stone to getting your bachelors.
There are a lot of other diploma jobs in the medical field available at technical schools for 2 or less years schooling that are quite specialized. The key to these type of careers is whether or not there is a good demand for these specialized fields. Be carefull in pursuing a more "off the wall" field. It may be so specialized that every hospital only employs 1 or 2 employees.